Regions Bank Completes Acquisition of Home Renovation Lender EnerBank USA


BIRMINGHAM, Alabama – (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – Regions Bank announced on Friday that it has completed the acquisition of home improvement lender EnerBank USA. EnerBank is one of the largest point-of-sale lenders in the United States serving homeowners and contractors with a series of loan programs and digital solutions that meet a wide range of home improvement needs.

“The addition of EnerBank’s exceptional team and cutting-edge technology will help regions deliver even higher value to clients looking for practical and competitive solutions to effectively finance home improvement needs,” said Scott Peters, Senior Executive Vice President and Head of Consumer Banking Services. Group for the Bank of Regions. “In recent years, we’ve seen a huge demand not only for mortgage and refinancing solutions, but also for new options to finance the improvements people make to their homes. The services provided by EnerBank will allow regions to offer a more comprehensive range of options as part of our goal of serving as a primary lender to homeowners. ”

Through its national reach, EnerBank USA has served over one million homeowners since its inception and currently works with over 10,000 entrepreneurs providing mobile, online and phone-based point-of-sale lending options. Loan services are provided directly to homeowners at the point of sale through contractors who are part of the national EnerBank network.

Over time, the EnerBank USA name will consolidate into the Regions Bank brand. The EnerBank team will remain based primarily in Salt Lake City, Utah, under the leadership of Charlie Knadler, and will join Regions within the Consumer Banking Group.

“EnerBank USA has built a competitive advantage by offering point-of-sale loan programs that empower owners to make necessary improvements while helping entrepreneurs deliver compelling payment options to the people they serve,” Knadler said. “Now, combined with the resources and support from Regions Bank, we are poised for even further growth. We share Regions’ commitment to innovation and superior service, and together we will deliver even greater value to homeowners and home improvement professionals nationwide.

The EnerBank team consists of approximately 485 associates. The company has served homeowners and contractors in all 50 states, with particular strength in much of the regions retail banking footprint in the South, Midwest, and Texas. Prior to its acquisition by Regions Bank, EnerBank USA was a wholly owned subsidiary of CMS Energy Corporation.

About the Régions Finance Company

Regions Financial Corporation (NYSE: RF), with $ 156 billion in assets, is a member of the S&P 500 Index and is one of the nation’s largest full-service providers of personal and business banking services , wealth management and mortgage products and services. Regions serves customers in the South, Midwest and Texas and, through its subsidiary, Regions Bank, operates more than 1,300 bank offices and approximately 2,000 ATMs. Regions Bank is an equal housing lender and member of the FDIC. Additional information about Regions and its full range of products and services is available at

About EnerBank USA – The Lender of Choice for Home Improvement in the United States

EnerBank USA® is the largest FDIC-insured home improvement bank in the country, providing home improvement loans through strategic business partners and independent home improvement contractors. The company works hand in hand with manufacturers, distributors, franchisors and major retailers of home improvement, renovation and energy conservation products and services. EnerBank’s mission is to grow entrepreneurial businesses by increasing leads, increasing closing rates and increasing average job size, while helping homeowners realize their home improvement dreams. The company’s mobile loan application makes it quick and easy to receive loan approvals and funding requests. Learn more at

Forward-looking statements

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